|Subject:||Lake twitch - latest|
|From:||"John Harris" <>|
|Date:||Tue, 09 Sep 2003 17:36:50 +1000|
Well it has been some time since anything new appeared at Ruffey Lake (Doncaster, Vic) but I had the good fortune to be there over the last weekend to see a single male Australian Shoveler. It was there on Saturday, in fading light, but alas not there on Sunday. Along with the return of Clamorous Reed Warblers and a number of sightings of Little Grassbirds, in different areas of reeds around the lake, a single Great Cormorant there on Saturday and the continued presence of Gang Gang atoos, the lake still manages to attract some good birds.
A total of 37 species for the 2 afternoons.
I'm still waiting for the odd cuckoo to appear. Fan-tails are nearby but not just here.
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